2012 Chevrolet Corvette Comfort & Quality

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Comfort & Quality

Even though it's a two-seat-only coupe or convertible, the 2012 Corvette is very comfortable once you're in it. The low ride height and low roof on hardtop models may make entry and exit tough for some, however.

The seats, in particular, are highlights of the cabin, with comfortable support and bolstering that trades well between high-performance adhesion and long-journey ease. Despite the compact configuration, the Corvette also holds more cargo than you might expect, with a large flat area under the rear hatch in coupe models and cubbies behind the seats in the convertible.

The 2012 Chevrolet Corvette's weak point is its interior, which may show how Chevy packs so much car into so few dollars; the leather interior upgrade package goes a long way toward mitigating the problem, however.

Sound from tires and wind are well within expected limits for this class of performance car, but will be noticeable to those more familiar with luxury sedans. The roar of the big V-8 under the hood is likewise sedate and subtle at cruising speeds, but readily comes to life under heavy throttle.

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